By: JG du Toit (Editor), Mark Boucher (Foreword By)
276 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations, colour tables
The author cosinders the prospect of the rhinoceros facing extinction twice in his lifetime hard to grasp. Despite the dedicated efforts of the conservation authorities and private game farmers, the situation seems to be increasingly worse for the rhino. This book demonstrates the enormous and heroic efforts of those responsible for bringing the rhino back to life when it was faced with near-certain extinction not so long ago. The book also outlines some of the essential decisions and actions required to turn the situation around today. The author would like to encourage all those who are serious about saving the rhinoceros to engage and debate the potential solutions.
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